Austrian laptop musician C.A. Sinclair (also releasing under his project name SSH Visor) composed the pieces that make up Snapshots on a holiday in the Austrian countryside using exclusively a software called HighC, which emulates/simulates Iannis Xenakis's UPIC device.
These 23 semi-abstract electronic miniatures, drawing equally from ambient, glitch and early electropop are meant to evoke quick impressions of landscapes. The mixes are all monaural due to software limitations.
Cover art and layout by C.A. Sinclair
At the request of Thomas Baudel, creator of HighC, the source files for use with the software are now freely available for download (just download sourcefiles.zip).
Go here to get HighC: http://www.highc.org